Boomerangs are fun to photograph, but very difficult to capture. Now you can trim boomerangs and add cool effects to get that perfect bounce effect every time. Here you can read how you can shorten and edit Boomerangs on iPhone and Android.
Open Instagram on your smartphone. Swipe from the left to the inside or tap the camera icon in the upper left corner to open the Instagram Stories interface.
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Swipe the bottom row here and tap & # 39; Boomerang & # 39 ;. In the Boomerang interface, tap the shutter button to record a boomerang.
After recording a boomerang, you can see an example in the edit of Instagram couple stories. Here you will find familiar tools for adding text, GIF & # 39; s and more.
Find the new Boomerang button in the top toolbar and tap it to go to the new Boomerang editing interface.
The Classic Boomerang continues to play in the background, but the interface changes and displays a timeline at the bottom of the screen.
You can use the handles on both ends of the timeline display in the center of the screen to crop the boomerang. Simply move a lever to where you want the Boomerang to start or end.
The trim function is available in all modes. To switch to the Slow-mo mode, tap the Slow-mo button or swipe to the left in the row above the timeline. The Boomerang plays at half speed in Slow-mo mode.
Swipe left again to switch to Echo mode, which adds motion blur to each frame, creating a double-vision effect.
The last mode is called Duo, which rewinds your video quickly and adds a glitchy transition effect.
When you are happy with your boomerang effects and embellishments, tap "Done" in the upper right corner.
Now tap "Your Story" at the bottom of the screen to add your Boomerang directly into your Instagram story.
If you want to save your boomerang and share it on another platform, tap the Download button at the top.
Now that you know how to make cool Boomerangs, see what else you can customize on Instagram.